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kp3011
Registered: 27.08.2004
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Posted: Monday 20th of Aug 10:35



I think God would have been in a really bad mood that he came up with something called math to trouble us! I’ve spent days working on this algebra problem which relates to free finding common denominators lesson plan and I still can’t solve it. I’m particularly stuck on exponent rules, adding numerators and adding functions. Can anyone throw some light on how to go about finding a solution to such problems? I’ve tried all ways that I could think of, but none helped. I need some urgent help now. Anybody? 

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ameich
Registered: 21.03.2005
From: Prague, Czech Republic

Posted: Tuesday 21st of Aug 19:14



Student can’t seem to think of anything beyond tutoring. Why don’t you try something yourself? There are many resources for free finding common denominators lesson plan which are a lot better than tutoring. Try Algebrator, and you will never need a tuition . 

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CHS`
Registered: 04.07.2001
From: Victoria City, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

Posted: Wednesday 22nd of Aug 18:01



I know a couple of professors who use Algebrator themselves to teach students. 

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tx3jx05d
Registered: 16.03.2003
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Posted: Thursday 23rd of Aug 21:15



Thanks for the help. Could you please direct me to the website where I can buy the product ? 

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Vild
Registered: 03.07.2001
From: Sacramento, CA

Posted: Saturday 25th of Aug 10:05



I remember having difficulties with radical expressions, trigonometric functions and function composition. Algebrator is a really great piece of algebra software. I have used it through several algebra classes  Pre Algebra, Algebra 2 and College Algebra. I would simply type in the problem from a workbook and by clicking on Solve, step by step solution would appear. The program is highly recommended. 

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Hiinidam
Registered: 06.07.2001
From: Greeley, CO, US

Posted: Monday 27th of Aug 07:05



Yes I’m sure. This is tried and tested. Here: https://mathpoint.net/negativeexponents.html. Try to make use of it. You’ll be improving your solving skills way quicker than just by reading tutorials. 

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